Ecodesign from high school to bachelor level: a French case study
Editor: Wartzack, Sandro; Schleich, Benjamin; Gon
Author: Perpignan, Catherine (1); Robin, Vincent (2); Baouch, Yacine (1); Eynard, Benoit (1)
Institution: Universite de Technologie de Compiegne
Section: Responsible design
DOI number: https://doi.org/10.1017/dsi.2019.333
Nowadays, our society needs that an awareness be made about our impact on the planet. Many more or less alarmist reports tell us that there is a need to change our consumption patterns, production and energy consumption ... One of the main axes to achieve these goals is education. Thus integrating sustainable development into the skills of future engineers is an essential challenge but above all a necessity to modify and reduce our impact on the environment and to allow a global understanding of the complexity of our society. For this, companies must also evolve. Some will do so in a strategy of greening their image, others will have to comply with the various regulations of their sector of activity and a final category of these companies will use this opportunity as a vector of innovation. Each at their level will make a contribution, the integration over time of new sustainability skills within their staff will expand their action. In this article, we will focus our study on the integration of ecodesign in the industry and the impact that this generates in terms of skills to acquire, values ??to evolve and knowledge to master.